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Erin Hepper


#8


Senior • 5-3 • Midfield Bernardsville, N.J./Bernards Major: Undecided Business


GENERAL: A two-way player who will be a threat on both ends of the field…Will play a major role in our transition with her speed and ability to get the ball up the field.


2010: Started all 16 games …An All-MAAC Second


Team selection…Scored 25 goals and added two assists…Led Siena with 45 ground balls and 31 turnovers caused…Won MAAC Defensive Player of the Week honors after combining for seven ground balls and five caused turnovers against Wagner (3/10) and UAlbany (3/12)…Scored a career-high four goals against Niagara (4/18)…A MAAC All-Tournament Team selection and a MAAC All-Academic Selection for the second consecutive year.


2009: Started 10 of 11 games…Scored six goals and added an assist for seven points on the season… Caused 16 turnovers…Sixth on the team with 26 ground balls…Had three multi-goal games (Vermont, UAlbany and St. Bonaventure)…MAAC All-Academic Team selection.


2008: Played in 14 games, starting five…Had 14 goals and an assist for 15 points on the season…Scored five free position goals and had 27 ground balls …Scored five goals to help beat Howard 19-8 (3/18).


BEFORE SIENA: Lettered four years of lacrosse and swimming and two years of field hockey and cross country at Bernards.


PERSONAL: Born June 8, 1989 in Morristown, N.J…The daughter of Fred and Dana Hepper…Has an older brother, Patrick, who runs cross country at Springfield College and an older sister, Kelly, who plays lacrosse at Stonehill College…A business major…Chose Siena for the size and friendly people.


Hepper’s Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 2009 2008 Total


16 11 14 41


16


10 61 7 5


25 14


31 45


2 1


4 49


27 15


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 76


30 34


140


6-19 1-10 5-12


12-41


45 26 27 98


33 31 5 16 15 17 53 64


2011 SIENA COLLEGE LACROSSE 15


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